“The girls sparkled in dresses, skirts and embellished tops, active wear, modern jeans and shorts with extra girly details (like embroidery & lace). The boys rocked in conversational graphics, cool prints, beachy pastels with neon pops and waves of indigo, over button-downs, polos, and shorts. The extensive assortment of accessories that included hair-bands, hats, bags, sunglasses and footwear showed off just how easy it is to add a finishing touch to complete their spring outfits,” JFW press release stated.
“Kids are almost the most important decision makers in families today and this part of specialty retail deserves its own dedicated platform. Hence, we are thrilled to be partnering and presenting the Junior’s Fashion Week in Chennai,” said Alok Dubey, CEO of Arvind Lifestyle brands division, Arvind Lifestyle Brands Ltd., franchisee for The Children’s Place.
“We’ve recognised parents crave modern, fun and easy-to-wear kids’ clothing that combines quality, value and style. The Indian parent is no different. With our fashion-forward styles that are made with love, we intend to bring forth a fun place where moms get their stock of big fashion at little prices. With platforms like Junior’s Fashion Week, we aim to bring America’s #1 place for kids’ fashion more close and relevant to the audience,” Dubey concluded. (RR)
Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India